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Formerly known as the New York Titans, New York Jets play for the Eastern Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL).
The team is based in New York Metropolitan Area and plays their home games at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Under the name of New York Titans, team became a member of American Football League in 1960.
However when the ownership of the team was changed in 1963, the name of the team was changed to New York Jets. The ownership was handed over to Sonny Werblin.
Currently there's a new training facility and the corporate headquarters that are being constructed in Florham Park, New Jersey, while in the mean time, team's Corporate Headquarters and Training Facility is located at Hofstra University which is situated in Hempstead, New York.
The 1980 season didn't come out to be a good one for the team as Jets, after scoring 4-12, finished at the last place in the Eastern Division of AFC. The following season, came out to be the first successful season for the team as they made it in to the playoffs after scoring 10-5-1.
This was team's first appearance in playoffs since 1969. Unfortunately teams come back in to the playoffs didn't really pay off, as the team was facing Buffalo Bills; Todd threw the inception towards Buffalo Bills territory. The match finally ended in favor of Bills.
Apart from making it into the playoffs, another highlight moment of Jets 1981 season was of their defensive line comprising of Mark Gastineau and Joe Klecko, who joined forces for 40 quarter back sacks. This duo was named New York Sack Exchange.
In their 1982 season, after claiming their victory from Cincinnati and The Raiders in the playoffs, Jets finally made it to Conference Finals where they went toe to toe with Miami Dolphins. Unfortunately a day before the game in rained where the game was scheduled to be played.
But Miami Dolphins coaches as well as its ownership decided not to tarp the field during that rain a day before the game, which really slowed Jets running and passing down, and ultimately ending up with a defeat by Dolphins.
In the following season the coach of the team was changed to Joe Walton, and in that season team scored 7-9. By the end of the 1983 season, Jets lease agreement with Shea Stadium came to an end. After failed tries of reaching an agreement for the improvements of the Shea Stadium, the Jets finally decided to move to the Giants Stadium in New Jersey.
Even though the team moved to New Jersey, but the team was still known as the New York Jets. Jets new home is considerably far from Hofstra University facility and offices and teams' Long Island Fans; however, Giants Stadium is quite nearer to Madison Square Garden and Manhattan than their previous home ground, Shea Stadium.
In their 16 years history the team finally hosted their first play off game at their home ground in 1985 season, as the team made it to the playoffs after scoring 11-5 record. However team wasn't able to come out victorious in the playoffs.